What is Portability?
Portability is the process that allows an eligible Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) applicant or participant to move anywhere in the United States where there is a housing agency operating the Federal HCV program.
Port Out Process
- Portability Move Out (Port Out) is when an eligible family moves from Rock Hill to another city or county.
- If you wish to Port Out, you must contact your Housing Specialist in writing to advise of the request.
- Your Housing Specialist will determine if you are eligible.
- Applicants must have received their voucher and lived in Rock Hill when they registered on the waiting list.
- Participants must be eligible to receive a voucher to move.
- If eligible, your paperwork will be e-mailed, mailed or faxed to the new housing agency.
- Once your paperwork is sent to the new agency, you must follow all their policies and rules.
Port In Process
Portability Move In (Port In) is when an eligible family moves from another city or county into Rock Hill.
Housing Authority of Rock Hill
Attn: Incoming Portability
P.O. Box 11579
Rock Hill, SC 29731
Phone: 803.324.3060 extension 8940
Email RHHA's HCV Portability Specialist
- If you wish to Port In to Rock Hill, you must contact your current housing agency.
- Your current housing agency determines if you are eligible to move to Rock Hill.
- Portability paperwork can be sent by mail or faxed.
- Once your portability paperwork is received, you will be contacted for an intake appointment.
- After your paperwork is processed, you will be invited to a briefing appointment, where you will receive your voucher.